Moving on and I guess you’ve got your reasons
What once was stylish now seems outdated and frightening

I guess that's a reason
I may not like it
That's too bad
But I'm out of season
Just like a lost and worn out fad
I guess that's a reason
And it might be a sin but hey I’ll end up
Moving on in the vintage bin

Whoa oh oh
Moving on in the vintage bin
Whoa oh oh
Moving on

Moving on and I guess you’ve got your reasons
What once was stylish now seems outdated and frightening
Hey you ain't showin me off like I used to remember
You got sick of my face
I got sick of the fighting

I guess that's a reason
I may not like it
That's too bad
But I'm out of season
Just like a lost and worn out fad
I guess that's a reason
And it might be a sin but hey I’ll end up
Moving on in the vintage bin

Whoa oh oh
Moving on in the vintage bin
Whoa oh oh
Moving on

The trend went so many years but just wasn't a classic
What we had girl was fleeting and strutting high fashion
We were falling in love with our own new aesthetic
You had me for so damn long that it lost all its passion

I guess that's a reason
I may not like it
That's too bad
But I'm out of season
Just like a lost and worn out fad
I guess that's a reason
And it might be a sin but hey I’ll end up
Moving on in the vintage bin

Whoa oh oh
Moving on in the vintage bin
Whoa oh oh
Moving on

Looking back its hard to see
How much of this relates to me
Now that it doesn't really matter
What's the verdict, what's the score?
What's a song, 300 more?
As your last novelty I'm flattered

And I guess that's my reason
I may not like it
That's too bad
But I'm out of season
Just like a lost and worn out fad
I guess that's a reason
And it might be a sin but hey I’ll end up
Moving on in the vintage bin

Whoa oh oh
Moving on in the vintage bin
Whoa oh oh
Moving on in the vintage bin


Lyrics submitted by illegalpunkrkr

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